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them to this country next week. n nbc's peter alexander is in montreal tonight. peter? >> reporter: kate, good evening to you. get this. before it's all said and done today, william and kate will have spent barely six hours here in montreal, canada's second largest city, before they head up the st. lawrence river, to their next stop, and you might say today the urkts k's future king and queen officially put down roots here in canada. even in a glamorous gray dress and heels, kate wasn't afraid to get her hands dirty as the newlyweds planted a ceremonial tree in ottawa, a symbol of their love. joining the royals more than a dozen couples celebrating 50 and 60 years together, all married on april 29th, the same day as william and kate. and in an exchange reminiscent of william's mother, princess diana, the young couple comforted a cancer patient, who would later say their kindness had given them a tremendous lift. william and kate attended another ceremony at the canadian war museum, visiting veterans and their families, but in many ways, this weekend's stop in quebec with its small
's peter alexander has our report. ♪ >> reporter: with her mastery of soul and jazz, amy winehouse sure didn't sound like a white jewish woman who grew up in the suburbs of london. ♪ i tell you i was troubled >> reporter: in 2008 winehouse won five grammys, critics and fans loved her with that unmistakable black beehive hairdo and old-fashioned sailor tattoos. her career soared and her influence on other singers, including british performer, adele, and lady gaga was almost immediate. >> there were elements of jazz, of motown, soul, all mixed up in something that was almost unearthly. >> by winehouse found herself powerless over her struggle with drugs and alcohol. she acknowledged her addiction in the song rehab. last month appearing to be high on something, winehouse was booed by an audience in belgrade, serbia, as she stumbled across the stage, unable to remember the lyrics of her songs, forcing her to cancel the tour. tonight fans gathered outside winehouse's north london home, stunned by her sudden death. >> we all saw her become destructive and eventually fall. so it's really sad
for face time with the duke and duchess of cambridge are in good company. as peter alexander reminds us, rolling out the royal red carpet has actually evolved into a time-honored american tradition. >> reporter: any hard feelings left over from the american revolution have clearly dissipated in 235 years. the arrival this weekend of a charming young prince and his striking new bride has rekindled our love affair with british royalty. from king george vi and the queen mother to charles and lady di, they've all crossed the pond to introduce themselves in person. like that first white house trip for william's parents in 1985. nothing says welcome to america like a dance with travolta. later we were along for the ride on the royal's first trip to disney. the first reigning monarchs ever to step on american soil, william's great grandparents back in 1939 with europe on the brink of war. queen elizabeth first arrived just in time for the u.s. bicentennial in 1976. she spoke about the special link between our two countries. >> your declaration of independence broke that link, but it did not fo
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some canadian spirit. peter alexander takes us north of the border. ♪ >> reporter: it's been quite the honeymoon tour for the world's most famous newlyweds. who else could enjoy a carriage ride followed by lobster on the shores of prince edward island one day and be serenaded by drummers just beneath the arctic circle the next? william offered a simple thank you in their dialect. >> we're so excited to be here. >> reporter: here in canada, another royal welcome for the duke and duchess of cambridge. kate won fans just by dropping the puck while william went 0 for 3 with calvin. >> i'm speechless. >> reporter: yellow knife, the capital of the northwest territories is a remote region five times the size of the united kingdom. but with a population of 41,000. >> i feel like a kid, you know? it's a wonderful experience. >> i'm prince william. >> reporter: the prince and his new bride dazzled crowds at every stop. kate impressing observers with national confidence and fashion sense, showcasing star quality that is recapturing interest in britain's monarchy. like when the couple returned
this hour for live coverage of the shuttle landing, that's hosted by peter alexander. the landing is scheduled for 5:56 a.m. eastern time. >>> now to the rapidly approaching deadline of the nation's debt ceiling. yesterday president obama held more meetings on the issue as the push intensified for lawmakers to many kcome up withl before it's too late. we go to brian mooar. he's in washington for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the one thing president obama said he would not do is sign a short-term deal. but now the white house is signaling that he may do just that because time is running out. congress has to hammer out some kind of plan before that august 2nd deadline, but getting a deal done, written up and voted on is going to take some time. so president obama is now saying that he will basically sign off on something that could delay a debt ceiling raising for a couple of days, but not much more than that. the so-called gang of six, the bipartisan group of senators, is working feverishly to get a plan together and to get people on board. it looks like right now th
of it a run-up to the visit to the u.s., just days from now. our report tonight from nbc's peter alexander. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: it's been quite the honeymoon tour for the world's most famous newlyweds. who else could enjoy hey carriage ride and lobster on the shore of prince edward island one day and be serenaded just beneath the arctic circle next. william offered a simple thank you in an indigenous dialect. >> we're so excited to be here. [ speaking if foreign language ] [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: here in the northern birth place of hockey, canada's national sport, another royal welcome for the duke and duchess of the cambridge. william went 0 for 3 with calvin lowman. >> i'm still speechless. >> yes. >> reporter: yellowknife, the capital of the remote region five times the size of the i didn't kingdom but with a small population of just 41,000, like mary lou murphy. >> it's a wonderful experience. >> reporter: the prince and his new bride have dazzled crowds at every stop. kate impressing observers with her natural confidence and fashion sense, showcasing star
freedom but also those who've been left behind. military widows. peter alexander tonight with the story of one remarkable group of women united in loss finding a new passion for life. >> ready, set, go. >> reporter: they are fun-loving -- >> oh! >> reporter: -- and fearless. a brief group of women with something else in common, too. they are all military widows who lost their loved ones in iraq and afghanistan. taryn davis was just 21 when her husband, michael, was killed by a roadside bomb in iraq in 2007. >> one of the last things i said to him was "i love you more than life itself." >> reporter: living without michael is an everyday struggle. >> when i went out into the world, i just felt like they didn't want to embrace, you know, who i was, which was a military widow. and in the back of my mind i'm thinking, that title, it symbolizes my husband's sacrifice and my own. and if i can get through it, you know, maybe one day it can signify my survival. >> reporter: to help her own healing taryn began reaching out to other widows. but talking alone wasn't enough. soon taryn started organ
heal and to embrace life. nbc's peter alexander has their story. >> reporter: they are fun-loving and fearless. a brave group of women with something else in common, too. they are all military widows. who lost their loved ones in iraq and afghanistan. taryn davis was 21 when her husband, michael, was killed by a roadside bomb in iraq in 2007. >> one of the last things i said to him was i love you more than life itself. >> reporter: living without michael is an everyday struggle. >> when i went out into the world i just felt like they didn't want to embrace who i was. which was a military widow. and in the back of my mind, i'm thinking, that title, it symbolizes my husband's sacrifice and my own. and if i can get through it, maybe one day it can signify my survival. >> reporter: to help her own healing, taryn began reaching out to other widows. but talking alone wasn't enough. soon, taryn started organizing events, like parasailing. surfing, even swimming with dolphins. to bring this courageous group of women together. in what she called, the american widow project. >> i fou
on saturday. autopsy is being performed to determine the cause of death. peter alexander is in london with more. peter, good morning. >> natalie, good day to you. the autopsy results could be completed and released as early as this afternoon. inqui inquiry, formal investigation will also begin today. stumbling, incoherent and disoriented. amy winehouse who is clearly in no shape to perform in belgrade, serbia, in june, tour canceled. a month later at age 27, she was dead. >> i think a lot of people knew she was headed down this path. ♪ >> reporter: it was her 2006 gram grammy-winning "back to black" album that made her a global sensation. >> i think a lot of the pain and trouble that was in her life just came right out when she sang. >> reporter: as her celebrity soared, her life began to unravel. the young singer acknowledged addiction struggles with the song "rehab" here in her u.s. tv debut. >> amy tried just about everything. i mean, there was crack, there was cocaine, there was pot. >> reporter: before long, her personal misteps over shashadow her music. there were run-ins with
alexander is in montreal tonight. good evening, peter. >> reporter: get this. before it's all said and done today, william and kate will have spent barely six hours here in montreal before they head up the st. lawrence river to their next stop. you might say today that the u.k.'s future king an queen officially put down roots here in canada. even in a glamorous gray dress and heels, kate wasn't afraid to get her hands dirty as the newlyweds planted a tree in ottawa, a symbol of their love. joining the royals, more than a dozen couples celebrating 50 and 60 years together, all married on april 29th, the same day as william and kate. and in an exchange reminiscent of princess diana, the couple comforted a cancer patient. william and kate attended another ceremony, visiting with veterans and their families, but in many ways, this weekend's stop in quebec with its small separatists may prove the ultimate test of the couple's charm. two years ago, they greeted prince charles with violent protests. so far this trip, no problems. >> the monarchy was able to reconnect in canada because of william a
the opening ceremony of the 2012 olympic games in london. peter alexander is there to see how the city is preparing for the big event. peter, what is going on? >> reporter: chris, good morning. i got a good seat for you. different deal a year from now. 80,000 people will be inside that olympic stadium. you can see it behind us. they like to say they are bang on schedule when it comes to construction. they completed the construction of the building back there. the track is now being laid down. take a look at what has happened over the last several years from london as they celebrate the one-year outdate. this is the aquatic center. we were inside today for the unveili unveiling. it is unbelievable. it feels like you are entering the inside of a blue whale. $440 million to complete it. this is the spot where michael phelps hopes to tack on more gold. also throughout the area today, one of the things that makes this place unique is the iconic landmarks surrounding wembley stadium and the wimbledon center. the royal horse guard parade is the very spot where william and kate rode home in th
states. their agenda includes the charity polo event and a black-tie event. peter alexander is here with more. good morning, peter. >> reporter: alex, good morning to you. kate can officially say she's a california girl arriving here yesterday for what is her first ever trip to the united states. of course, with her husband, the prince in tow. then they head up here later today for a polo match known as the sport of kings fittingly. william will participate. kate will hand out the trophy. atrack five, young and glamorous, william and kate finally stepped out onto american soil friday in the city synonymous with celebrity. the first gift, a floral bouquet in red, white and blue. from the start the future king and queen requester given hollywood's motor treatment. their motorcades' movement tracked from the sky. on the ground fans showed up just to get a glimpse. >> we are fascinated with her. she is perfect in our eyes. >> reporter: their three-day trip blends business with pleasure. they will raise money for one of the prince's passions, the conservation of african wildlife. >> he h
today. the opening ceremony in london will get under way. nbc's peter alexander is checking it out and how they're getting prepared there. hey, peter. >> natalie, good morning to you. hat tip, of course, one of your favorite bands, the clash. london is definitely calling these days just a year out. the countdown officially under way. the folks hearsay, as they like to say, they are bang-on schedule when it comes to construction. the olympic stadium bed hind us is complete. what is going to make these games remarkable, iconic landmarks and world class sports centers. take a look. heavily anticipated venue one year from now is the royal horse guard parade. spot where billions of people watched william and kate ride home on their wedding day will be hosting beach volleyball next summer. they're preparing these days for a test event. more than 4,000 tons of sand arriving just in time of what's being touted as the game's crown you well jewel on the queen's doorstep. wimbledon, home of tennis, and wembley stadium hosting the soccer. also today for the first time, the aquatic center. $440
museum. peter alexander is joining me live from montreal, canada, with all things royal. good morning to you, peter. >> good morning to you. this is really a day fit for a future queen, isn't it? just gorgeous up here. >> absolutely beautiful. let's talk about what the events today are schedule and how is the right couple being received? i can about imagine the applause and cheers, right? >> it's safe to say i think this country has a royal crush on kate resign. whenever her name is mentioned during speeches or remarks, whoever is talking is quickly flooded out by people cheering. they're just so excited to see her. of course, her young husband, prince william. you know, we have the fourth of july on monday. they have what's called canada day. yesterday they celebrated it here. when the queen came a year ago, there were 70,000 people here to greet her. in this country yesterday, 300,000 people gathering to see them. kate, despite the temperatures reaching well into the 90s, was as cool as a could you dumb ber. very comfortable. she was wearing a gorgeous outfit that many people have b
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bless you. it's way too early for this. good morning. i'm peter alexander in for willie geist. guy it took a full week off. good for him. we're glad you're up with us this morning watching on msnbc or listening live on sirius xm radio. shoot me an e-mail or tweet me and let me know why you're awake right now. or you can do what skron any marbles does and text the word awake. we'll read the best responses later. you don't think anybody was asking marbles? yeah, sure, come right in. the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for this wednesday, july 20th. we have a lot going on today including a shocking new e-mail tirade from that tea party congressman alan west of florida to the new dnc chairwoman. we'll share that with you. also rupert murdoch's testimony gets "the daily show" treatment. you knew in was coming as jon stewart breaks down the proceedings most memorable moments, we'll show you what you missed. first let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. rupert murdoch and his son james appearing at a british parliament hearing to address that ongoing hacking scandal surrounding
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space program? it's "way too early" for this. >>> good morning to you, i'm peter alexander, this is "way too early," the show that has never defied gravity but once can say it jumped off a friend's roof into the pool. the roof was low, to be fair. thanks for waking up with us this morning and watching us on msnbc. you're listening live on sirius xm radio. there is a lot, as we've said, going on today, including what has become a humid, hot, miserable weather pattern that is refudsing to go away. the worst hitting new york and much of the east coast today. the forecasters say it's only going to get worse. plus, as we mentioned live this half hour, we're going to bring you the final landing of the shuttle "atlantis." jay barbree will join us later in the show. jay, of course, a legend in this business. there's some old clips. he has been there for every space launch dating back to 1961. 50 proud years for those of you keeping score at home. >>> but first we want to get to the news right now live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city. with this deadline 12 days away, there are new e
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, they definitely made it a royal time. here's peter alexander. >> reporter: it doesn't happen every day. hollywood's a-list crowd themselves star struck. the future king and queen of england spending their final night overseas at this black tie affair. easily the most glamorous affair of their 11-day honeymoon tour. >> i would like to thank colin firth for my perfect opening line. i have a voice. >> reporter: among those celebrities rubbing shoulders with the royals, nicole kidman, tom hanks and barbra streisand. on saturday, their only full day in america, the duke and duchess helicoptered into santa barbara for a polo match. all smiles for the royal couple. >> my father and my brother, harry, was as green as that grass outside when i told them i would be here today. >> reporter: guests paid up to $4,000 to attend the vip luncheon. >> the prince said to me, this is definitely going to give me the energy i need to win this match. >> reporter: william, said to be an excellent horseman, didn't disappoint. leading his team to victory with four goals. rewarded afterward by a rare public kiss and a sil
from everything planting trees to visiting cancer patients. nbc's peter alexander covering all things royal from montreal. a good sunday morning to you. what's the latest on their journey? >> reporter: another full day on tap today for william and indicate. tough to be the future king and queen, isn't it? these guys have a sunday prayer service, that's how they start off. for public events we're learning about some quiet time they've been able to carve out during course of this trip. friday in a window where we didn't see them, they shed their own security and went to the prime minister's exclusive retreat where william took his new bride on a rowboat to a quiet log cabin. beneath the glow of fireworks, the duke and duchess of cambridge boarded a royal canadian naval ship, setting sail up the saint lawrence rival to quebec city. the stops in quebec may prove the ultimate test of the couple's charm. just two years ago, demonstrators greeted william's father, prince charles, with violent protests. so far, this trip no real problems. late saturday, at a culinary academy in montreal, will
, candles, pictures, and letters. many have been gathering at the scene. nbc's peter alexander has more now on her life and her death. ♪ >> reporter: with her mastery of soul and jazz, amy winehouse sure didn't sound like a white jewish woman who grew up in the suburbs of london. ♪ i tell ya >> reporter: in 2008 winehouse won five grammys. critics loved her with that beehive hairdo and old-fashioned sailor tattoos. her career soared, and her influence on other singers was almost immediate. >> the elements of jazz, elements of motown, soul, all kind of mixed up in something that was almost unearthly. and it's out of timeness. >> reporter: but winehouse found herself powerless over drugs and alcohol. ♪ not going to make me go to rehab ♪ ♪ i said no, no, no >> reporter: she acknowledged her struggle with addiction in the song "rehab." making her tv debut on "the late show" with letterman. appearing to be high on something, winehouse was booed by an audience in serbia as she stomach umbled across the stagee to remember the lyrics of her song. her struggle seen later on youtube. last n
of independence aside, americans can't seem to get enough of the royals. peter alexander has the story. >> reporter: any hard feelings left over from the american revolution have clearly dissipated in 235 years. the arrival this weekend of a charming young prince and his striking new bride has rekindled our love affair with british royalty. from king george vi and the king mother to charles and lady di, they have all crossed the pond to introduce themselves in person. like that first white house trip for william's parents in 1985. nothing says welcome to america like a dance with travolta. later, we were along for the ride on the royals' first trip to disney. the first reigning monarchs ever to stop on american soil, william's great grandparents in 1939 with europe on the brink of war. queen elizabeth first arrived just in time for the u.s. bicentennial in 1976. she spoke about the special link between our two countries. >> your declaration of independence broke that link, but it did not for long break our friendship. >> reporter: you've heard of the king's speech, but the queen's comm
peter alexander would take off his shirt since it's soshirt. it's so hot this morning. this got weird. >> what else you got? >> jeff writes had hip surgery yesterday and can't get out of my hospital bed to change the channel. >> we removed the remote controls in hospital beds around the country. "morning joe" is up next. >>> the fact is, you can't solve our problem unless you do what? cut cap and balance. it doesn't matter what the polls are. we have to fix our country. this is the only viable plan right now that will do that. i will pet you a porterhouse steak, if it lands on his desk, he will sign that puppy. >> we will take that bed. i will refrain from saying it. the president will veto such a bill if it arrives on his decembering. >> a live look at a very hot and steamy new york city. get ready for another hot one. it's friday, july 22nd. welcome to "morning joe." we'll get to bill karins about the heat wave in a moment. with us, we have political writer for the "huffington post," sam stine. we have the chairman and co-publisher of the nye nearby daily news, warren zuckerman. any
. >>> look who just showed up. does he think he's part of the show or something? >> i am peter alexander. >> what are you up to? >> was that you? >> i was like where is it? >> you thought it was an nbc page. >> i thought it was a page. >> okay. are you ready for some football? >> ladies and gentlemen, it's our honor to take you over to the "morning joe" sports desk. peter alexander with the lead. is brian williams still here? you look good. apparently, we are seeing other people. a full day of meetings in atlanta. >> only brian can do that. you can't do that. >> in a sentence, there's a chance for players to vote. >> can i help him? >> if anybody needs 10,000 tickets to the hall of fame game, they are available. >> he feels great. >> if you lean, people think you are lying. be honest. all right. thank you. take it away. >> it's not proper anymore. i got nothing. up next -- coming up, we'll be right back. [ female announcer ] goodnight gluttony, a farewell long awaited. goodnight, stuffy. goodnight, outdated. goodnight old luxury and all of your wares. goodnight bygones everywhere. [ engi
of the international olympic committee. nbc's peter alexander joins us now live from london to tell us what else is going on there. peter, it looks like everything is almost ready for 2012. >> reporter: yeah. they say they are pretty much right on schedule, bang-on schedule is the way the british folks say it. to give you a sense though, a year from now, 80,000 people are going to be inside that olympic stadium, where the opening and closing ceremonies will take place. it's also where track and field will happen. but right now aç year out ther are sort of duelling ceremonies taking place, one right adjacent to us at the aquatic center and the other one in trafalgar square that we were speaking about. here's the prime minister of britain, david cameron, speaking a short time ago. >> with a year to go, it's on time, it's on budget. the great stadium is finished, the aquatic finished, the velodrome is finished, and i think this can be a great advertisement for our country. >> reporter: also today we had a chance to speak to the sort of wild and wacky mayor of the city, boris johnson, and he said
is making headlines over headlines she made about having a baby. peter alexander is following the royals and joins me live from yellowknife, northwest territories in canada. >> reporter: a lot going on about that street hockey game that's expected an hour from now, richard. they're hoping to get the duke and duchess involved. she may drop the puck. we'll keep you updated on how that plays out today. in the northwest territories this massive region, the northern most part of their trip is roughly five times the size of the entire united kingdom. only 43,000 people live here. they're going to get a chance to meet some of those people only a short time from now. perhaps the real headline to date has been what happened in the crowd on sound in quebec city. what they may have said about their family plans. that has everybody talking. >> it was easy for royal admirers to ignore the wet weather on prince edward island on monday, there was consensus again, william and kate shined. in what's known as the birthplace of canada their arrival alone was ceremonious riding down historic great george st
's peter alexander reports. >> reporter: it was easy for royal admirers to ignore the wet weather on prince edward island on monday because once again, and there was consensus on this, william and kate shined. >> kate's like just great. they're so perfect. so nice to see them. >> reporter: later william, a search and rescue helicopter pilot back home, took the controls of canadian's forces sea king. while kate snapped photos, the prince learned a nifty water landing maneuver called water birding. they weren't done with the water. going head to head in a boat race. the image alone reminding people of this shot of kate four years ago that catapulted her back in the spotlight shortly after they rekindled their romance. an monday after william's team won they seemed less like royalty, more like newlyweds. then there was that moment on sunday shortly after kate accepted a bouquet from this one girl, one man wished the duchess well starting her own family. kate thanked him and reportedly said, yes, i hope to. just four words, but if true the first time the future queen has spoken publicly about h
, fans have created a memorial for winehouse. they have left many items. peter alexander has more on her life and her death. ♪ ♪ my held head high >> reporter: with her mastery of soul and jazz, amy winehouse didn't sound like a white jewish woman who grew up in the suburbs of london. in 20 08 winehouse won five grammys, critics and fans loved her with that unmistakenable beehive hairdo and old fashioned sailor tattoos. her career soared and her influence on other singers, including british performer adelle and lady gaga was almost immediate. >> there were elements of jazz. there were elements of motown, soul, everything mixed up in something that was almost unearthly and out of timeness. >> reporter: winehouse with her powerful voice found herself powerless over drugs and alcohol. ♪ ♪ i said no no no >> reporter: she acknowledged her struggle with addiction in the song "rehab ", making her american debut on "late show with david letterman." last month appearing to be high on something -- winehouse was booed by an audience in belgrade, serbia, as she stumble add cross the stage u
in hollywood last night. prince william and his bride brought out the stars and nbc's peter alexander was there and has more for us. >> reporter: it doesn't happen every day. hollywood's a-list crowd, themselves star struck. the future king and queen of england spending their final night overseas at this black tie affair. easily the most glamorous event of the nully wed's tour. >> i'd like to thank colin firth for my perfect opening line, "i have a voice. >> reporter: among the celebrities, nicole kidman, tom hanks and barbra streisand. on saturday, their only full day in america, the duke and duchess helicoptered into santa barbara for a charity polo match, all smiles on the red carpet. >> my father, the prince of wales, and my brother harry were as green as that grass outside when i told them i would be here today. >> reporter: guests paid up to $4,000 to attend the vip luncheon prepared by celebrity chef, gee atta deloren tas. >> the prince said this will give me the nrnlg i need to win this match. >> reporter: william didn't disappointed, leading his team to victory with four goal
they mingled with a listers in tinsel town. peter alexander was with them. >> a picture perfect fine lee to william and kate's first american tour. the duke and duchess of cambridge saving their most meaningful stops for last. visiting underprivileged children at this los angeles inner cities arts program. the newlyweds seemed at ease enjoying their creative side putting their hands together in slabs of clay. later the royals showed their support at a job fair for american veterans. >> it's enormous that they're here. they are a military family. and they're the most celebrated military family in the world. >> the couple began sunday mingling with likes of reese witherspoon at an exclusive brunch promoting the conservation of african wildlife. but nothing compared to the glitz of saturday night. a black tie benefit where holiday's royalty was star stuck. kate stunning in alexander mcqueen. those diamond earrings on loan from queen elizabeth herself. and there for the only time in america they paused to greet a few fans. among the celebrities rubbing elbows with the future king and queen o
out to the shore this weekend? it's way too early for this. >>> good morning to you, i'm peter alexander in for willie geist. this is "way too early." it is way too hot outside, the show so pale it sometimes gets burned under these florescent studio lights. glad you're up with us watching on msnbc or listening live on sirius xm radio. shoot me an e-mail at waytooearly@msnbc.com. let me know why you're awake right now or do as roger goodell and the boys do, text your response to 622639. we'll read your responses later in the show. the next 30 minutes are your cram session for this friday, july 22nd. there is a lot going on today, including a new deal from european leaders to offer greece another massive bailout, even as the country prepares to default on some of its debt. also, did you hear about this? rahm emanuel getting up and walking out midinterview, we're going to show you what prompted this abrupt exit during a casual chicago q&a. that's coming up a little bit later. >>> first live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city, with a deadline looming just 11 days away no
early hoping peter alexander would take off his shirt since it's soshirt. it's so hot this morning. this got weird. >> what else you got? >> jeff
to prince william and prin sense says catherine's visit to america. nbc's peter alexander travel wig the royal couple joins us from the pier. good morning. >> reporter: wow. your french is so good, jen. good morning to you. another full day on tap, beginning with a sunday morning prayer service. and for all the public events we've seen, we're learning more about some quiet time. the two able to escape the crowds and room security. reportedly the invited guests of canada's prime minister going to his exclusive retreat where william took his new bride on a rowboat for a quiet row. beneath the fireworks, boarding a naval ship setting sail for an overnight trip of the river in quebec city. in many ways, a stop in the providence of quebec, the ultimate test, the couple's charm. just two years ago demonstrators greeted william's father prince charles with violent protests. so far this trip, no real problem. late saturday, in a culinary academy in montreal, william and kate gave cooking a try. royal admirers lined up outside at children's hospital hours in advance, if only for a quick glimp
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